…is the one at the winery Vistalba. It is located underground and has only three constructed walls. Entering the room, you get an unobstructed view of the top layers of soil typical of the region. On a side note, Vistalba is one of the few wineries in Argentina that produces Petit Verdot (of remarkable quality) as a stand-alone varietal. Plus, the steak offered in their on-site restaurant is one of the best I’ve had so far.
One of the most interesting tasting rooms in Mendoza…
About the Author: Michael
Michael is a specialist in wine tourism, graduated from the Wine Institute Mendoza, where he also teaches English for the Wine Industry and Business English. He has been working as a freelance tour guide in Mendoza since 2011 and founded Vintuition Tours in 2015, providing tailor-made tours in Mendoza’s fascinating wine country. Born and raised in Bavaria, Michael converted from supposedly dyed-in-the-wool beer drinker to wine enthusiast, focusing on Argentina’s emblematic varietals Malbec and Torrontés.